Contractor Insurance & Bonds


Madison Avenue Insurance Group, Inc. places contractor insurance for all trades and sizes of contractors. These include the one man operation new in business to the midsized and larger contractors with high coverage and service needs. We provide commercial insurance for both general contractors and artisan contractors of all trades as well as developers and those that perform condo conversions, course of construction, builders risk, wrap programs and those that are required to obtain contractors licenses for home “flipping”.


We have very competitively priced programs and are constantly looking at new markets for this ever changing trade. Additionally, we offer and place bonds for all types of credit risks.

Washington landlords please read article below. If you need to register as a general contractor, Madison Avenue Insurance can help. We have great insurance programs for general contractor insurance and contractor bonds.



  • General Contractors
  • Artisan Contractors
  • Trucking
  • Developers
  • Tract Homes
  • Condo Conversions
  • Fleet Auto Insurance
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Commercial Umbrella
  • Course of Construction
  • Builders Risk
  • Contractor Bonds - All credit approved
  • Group Health & Life Insurance
  • Business Insurance

Madison Avenue Insurance Group is licensed to write insurance in Washington, Oregon, California,Utah, Arizona and Texas. Please contact us for more information about your coverage needs.
Toll Free: (866) 700-7510
Direct: (425) 481-1430

We often save contractors money on their insurance and provide better coverage than their existing insurance carriers offer. Call our offices today for a comparison quote.

**Due to the recent economic climate, insurance carriers are cutting their rates. Call us today for a mid term policy quote. It can save thousands!

Premium Financing is available on most policies. All credit ratings are approved.

Helpful Links

WA Contractor Registration
Master Builders Association

10 Ways to Save on your Insurance Costs
Discontinued Operations and Claims Made Policies
Excess vs. Umbrella Policies
Materials Stored at Jobsites